March 28, 2023

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The Weeknd Adds 2023 Tour Dates

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Just one day after bringing the first leg of his After Hours Til Dawn Tour to a close, the Weeknd has announced even more tour dates to come in the new year. The second leg begins in June 2023, and the trek runs through Europe and Latin America. Check out the Weeknd’s schedule below.

The Weeknd released his fifth studio album, Dawn FM, in January. The album was withheld from consideration for the 2023 Grammy Awards, continuing a boycott that started in 2021 after the Weeknd’s previous album, After Hours, failed to receive any Grammy nominations. Despite the boycott, the Weeknd won the 2022 Grammy Award for Best Melodic Rap Performance for his contributions to the Kanye West song “Hurricane.”

Revisit the review of the Weeknd’s “Take My Breath.”

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The Weeknd: After Hours Til Dawn Tour – Second Leg

The Weeknd:

06-10 Manchester, England – Etihad Stadium
06-14 Horsens, Denmark – Nordstern Arena
06-17 Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arena
06-20 Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
06-24 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena
06-28 Dublin, Ireland – Marlay Park
07-02 Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion
07-04 Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel Arena
07-07 London, England – London Stadium
07-11 Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium
07-14 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
07-18 Madrid, Spain – Cívitas Metropolitano
07-20 Barcelona, Spain – Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
07-22 Nice, France – Allianz Riviera
07-26 Milan, Italy – Ippodromo La Maura
07-29 Paris, France – Stade de France
08-01 Bordeaux, France – Matmut Atlantique
08-04 Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
08-06 Prague, Czech Republic – Letnany Airport
08-09 Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
08-12 Tallinn, Estonia – Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
09-29 Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Sol
10-04 Bogotá, Colombia – Estadio El Campín
10-07 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Estádio Nilton Santos Engenhão
10-10 São Paulo, Brazil – Allianz Parque
10-13 Buenos Aires, Argentina – Hipódromo de San Isidro
10-15 Santiago, Chile – Estadio Bicentenario La Florida